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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

&&&' ?vz y4'" ' "pv"' - ' THE COURIER 11 m, 1 THEATRICAL GOSSIP. Julia Marlowo will roboarao her company at Waukesha thin fall and open hor season thore. "ArmH and tho Man" which Richard Mansfield ia to produco next season, was producod at tho Avonuo Theatre, London, last April, and was not looked on as a great success, nl though its author, Mr. Bernard Shaw, is considered tho most brilliant of tho younger liter ary sot. Missllclon Mar has been very successful in London with drawing room readings and has II Hod a number of engagements of a highly flattering character, being warmly commended in tho journals for the quality of her work. Mr. Henry Irving has takon a friendly in torest in Misea Mar and contributed to her professional bucccss. Theatrical businoss has been affected not a littlo by tho long un suppressed outlawry incident to and growing out of tho railroad tio up. Tho peoplo living in tbo nurburbs, who mako up a goodly per centago of theatrical patronage, havo ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

?P- -fK HV7K"- M"i- - V S vvt v" --"-7-r : jfc 12 - THE COURIER BASE BALfo WESTERN ASSOCIATION STANDING. Following is the standing of the Western Association clubs up to and including Thursday's games: Without this the score would have only been tied, and of course we win all tied scores. The same kind of luck has been haunting Mr. Lookabaugh in every game he has pitched. fe ' -a-tyr-iyaf T.&fplP n I. i. -. 'rv -Jr -j P.C. W. I P.C. 56.7 Rock Island -30 28 51.7 555 Peoria 30 29 505 523 Des Moines 27 32 455 55.0 Quincy 17 42 28.8 Omaha 34 26 Jacksonville 33 26 Lincoln 32 26 St Joseph 33 27 'Have you noticed that Lookabaugh has hard luck. On Wednes day with two men on bases, Lawrence knocked a hot one that Farm er Bill would have pulled down had he been slightly elongated; and then to make it worse the ball lost itself in the grass and Mike was credited with a homo run instead of a two-bagger. "Is that so," siid Mr. Hallett as the reporter finished express ing his views con rernin...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

" '1rVtymr- " - ,vv,i THE COURIER 13 j Vtf PEGGY BATON'S ORDEAL The name of Mrs. John H. Eaton, or Peggy Eaton, as she has been more commonly called, has como down to us through history. There are but few persons of any reading who have not heard something of her. Sho is, remembered chiefly for the merciless war waged upon her by her own sex in the early days of Jackson's administration, and as having been, in popular belief, the cause of tbe.disruption of Jackson's first Cabinet. Thero are but few at this day who know the real ground of this hostility to Mrs. Eaton, the manner in which it was exhibited or the extent to which it was carried. To properly understand these things it is necessary to know something of Mrs. Eaton herself and of the peculiar characteristics of Washington se lect society society as it then existed. Mrs. Eaton was tho daughter of an Irishman named O'Ncalo, who had for many years kept an inn in Washington on the present sito of tho Metropolitan hotel. Gay, li...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

- .5?v -. --'-' v".2'?-? vrr W&SWFWWWW - . --. st - i " -K IS" w 1 S I" . r I1 5 lv I- IK bIBERTY AND EQUAfelTY. The moat precious of all words to Americans, of course, is liberty. It represents to us- all the rights and advantages thut we possess, and we invoke it as a source of inspiration in every emergency. There is nothing in all of our political literature to which we attach so much importance as the part of the Declaration of Independence which proclaims that "all men are created equal,' and endowed by their Creator with the right to live, to be free and to pursue happi ness. When the fathers asserted these natural rights, they laid the foundation for all of our wonderful prosperity, and provided the in fluence that was to shape the destinies of one of the greatest of modern nations. They did not invent liberty, to be sure, but they gave it a new significance and applied it to purposes of surpassing usefulness. Our Fourth of July orators find the theme an easy one from wh...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

gfgf!! ' THECOUKJER 15 - : 4 4 railroad system for the purpose of settling a local dispute about wages is 'boldly asserted and practically enforced. Thus liberty is made a cloak for license, and tyranny is substituted for the meth ods of law and peace. It is not reasonable to suppose that this was anticipated by the fathers as the result of the Declaration of Inde pendence, It is a reflection upon fheir integrity ana an impeach ment of their wisdom to say that they meant to justify such a pro ceeding for the regulation of economic affairs and the vindication of the idea that all men are created equal. They did not dream, it may safely be assumed, that their utterance of a great self evident trnth, would ever receive an interpretation so violently opposed to its real meaning. The whole drift of their teaching was against this extravagant view of the question of equality and other natural rights. They were judicious and consistent statesmen, and not mere fanatics stimulated by narrow ...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

: -Wg'IUffflWiip' If. 16 ?. sgrasiaigBfrWfeg ymW$&&J&":? r ? jt - K It ft- if- ft- fr K k R. i-- !S? !- L 1 "I & te The Past Guarantees The Future The fact that Hood's Sarsapa rilla has cured thousands of others is certainly sufficient reason for belief that it will cure you. It makes pure, rich, healthy blood, tones and strengthens the nerves, and builds up the whole system. Remember Sarsa-parilla Hood's Cures Be Sure to get HOOD'S and Only HOOD'S. ' Pills are especially prepared to fc with Hood's SarsaparlUa. 36c. par bee rlBES BEST LINE TO DENVER AND CALIFORNIA Harvest KxcursioB. Via the Missouri Pacific On the second Tuesday in December 1893 January, Fcbuary, March, Ap-il and May 1894 the Missouri Pacific route will sell round trip tickets to all stations in Texas with, final limit to return in 30 pays from date of sale. Stop over are allowed in Arkansas, Texas and Okla- . homa, New Mexico and Indian Terri- ory. Come and take a trip to the outh. Phil DakielsC. P....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

Tr"?'rp,f? ywjat- -J i C.--i. THE COURIER 17 I v? y PROF. NIEL, Mrernment chemist, writes: I have care fully analyzed your "Royal Ruby Port Wiae," bought by me in the open market, and certify that I found the same abso lutely pure and well aged. This wine is especially recommended for its health-restoring and building up properties; it strengthens the weak and restores lost vi tality; particularly adapted for conval escents, the aged, nursing mothers and those reduced and weakened by over-work and worry. Be sure you get 'Royal Ruby"; $1 per quart bottles, pints 60 eta. Sold by J. H. HARLGY, Uth and O Sts. ifomeneekers Excursion One Fare for the v Jtouml Trip. Tell your friends in the east that on May 29 the Burlington route will sell round trip tickets at the one-way rate to points in Ne braska, Kansas, Eastern Kansas, South western South Dakota and Northern Wyom ing. Tickets are good for twenty days; allow stop-overs and will be on Bale at all stations east of the Missouri river. J...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

-m5t p-ipr-is "23 js ' A I 18 THE COURIER rsSKS?vii .- j i ?. r ft ,- I. Ihr ' l"i I is I-- r '1 5 -- ". Children ' - must have proper, nourishment during growth, or they will not develop uniformly. They find the food they need in Scott's Emulsion There is Cod-liver Oil for healthy flesh and hy pophosphites of lime and soda for bone material. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Thin Children ar not known among those who take SCOTT'S EMUL SION. Babies .grow fat and chubby on it, and are good natured because they are well. Prepared by Srott & Bowne, N. Y, Druggists sell it Storage B. V. Yancll, Prep. Capital Storage Co., warehouse 619-623 South 90th St Goods of all kinds packed, moved, shipped or stored, stoves a specialty. An order left at Bardy Furniture Co., 211 South 11th street, or Rudge k Morris Co., 1118-1122 N street, will be promptly attended to. Whitebreast Coal and lame Co. Genuine Coal Creek Canyon and Rock Springs coal at the Whitebreast. For route. St. Louis take...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

THE COURIER A 1 ShtrHTt Salt. Notice m hereby given that by virtue of an ortfer of tale Matted by the1 cleVk at tke district court of tH Third jddicial dkttrict of Nebraska, within and: for Lancaster county, in an action wherein De La Green is plaintiff, and Leander Elliott, et al, are defendants, I will, at 2 o'clock, p. m., on the 14th day of August A.D., 1894, at the east door of the court house in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska, of fer for sale at public auction the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot number eight (8) in block number two (2 in Muir's addition to J. O. Young's East Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska. Given under my hand this 10th day of July, A. D., 1804. FRED A. MILLER. July 14, 5t. Sheriff. Sheriff, Sale. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an order of sale issued by the clerk of the dis trict court of the Third judicial district of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster county, in an action wherein Willis O. Foes is plaintiff,- and...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 14 July 1894

;;rrorj :?rr J i. H fashionable Lincoln, neb. ffl AV AwAVAwA Styles of I ' M RAYMOND D-B- Thompson. V AlaViBaV footwear c s. h. burnham, o. g. wing. f 'J9999999999bV . V Cashier. Assistant Cashier. Ill gV 1 i I jf CAPITAL, $250,000 SURPLUS, $15,000 S fSJ -.. . -- . 'N l Directors I. M. Raymond, E. E. Brown, 8. "if U WTetHatOJT C ROgerSs fj H-jtarnhani, D.E.lTiomr,C. Q. Dawes, C. w III VS.iV IL MorrilLA. J. 8awjer, Lewis Gregory, N.Z. Mil If. 1043 O Street. SI JjJ tartwn. D. G . ifin,. 8. W. .HI is.t jr. IliraiMf THE . . . OREILL PUH1H6 IIUTIHG GO. 125 N Ninth Street III I IV Erecy department of Music, Art, Etocation, and iLaagaagea. Far MtalacBM and information. t AdMS, HP O. B. HOWbkL, Director, IV LINCOLN. NEB. t VaV 17 lit H9999999i llV 991 99a!999999nl r V- 99L :CTM999999a! 4t Hl i si if v We make suits to order in all grades. Uniforms to Order And everything in the clothing line. A PERFECT PIT GUAR ANTEED We have experienced men to take your meure and experienced tail ors to ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

VOL. 9, NO. 31. A fi rwn lOC .A. V5 r '"it ri? . v Y SATURDAY, JUL.Y 21, 1894. INCO t BIAS i-aZ rinirtcc. A,-y. mmjn V l "W WnV e 'vat TJ& JS&& r A' ..cF. &N " tjv rj c . - v a?-. - . .X ." .O BK C'v -v v "O v ,0 o &'. k v V CNJ our sPrin?ndeonSchliiD7a,q SIiom ar fli V BeautlM. V Sn our Window! THErcnrno ' I '-I ' C-Vgion cDaiS' ripnt at mi i Styles. 1225 0 SI. We keep right at the front in Sjtyiea. ,WI500J1 Xi- . . X" 'C V b,. v? A. 5 rv ST. A X "fe t; -i! 1. DT7ZXQT? :- Tf MEN'S FURNISHER. 222 Doug.as street. Milled Hotel. Omaha.Nehkahea Now Stock. Lowest Pricei. F. G. Zehrung, FUNKE OFERA HOUSE. SODA WATER REAL ESTATE I O BROKERS. O Holm & Reed, 1207 O STREET, SEE page ia GROUND FLOOR. mm? ttvtit?tt!' . 1XJ AJliMJHjlJlJ.Y kV. Cor. 13th and M Sts. WJ SI. -. I1UU CH V vf;f iropi. Ml RATES $2.00 to S3.00 PER DAY UXSURPASSED. !?Q3 e. 5kKR. ICE GREW 1 111 ICES. New Location 133 S. 12th S . Teh. 630. TsrSEE LOCALS. Office 1215 O Street. LINCOtN. NEB.-' DR. C. F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

'.Tjr- -ragg'-" in- THBOOUBOR .J J t j rr - ..sbb1bbbbbbW C A .BwVjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsV . ' BiUV!S4SS-' ii1 I I li V lfcw i v 1 tr Its- : ftii rVVfltuti -f ill lITi U- : - . ' - - - i J 'v, I . 3- -- 3U!f Corner 1-itla. a.rxcl IVT Sti L,inooln, Xet TUBKLSH, KUSSIAN, ROMAN, ELECTRIC, CABINET AND HOT SALT BATHS. People taking these baths will find the best possible appointments. Throughout the building everything is clean and wholesome Massage is. given understandingly and trained attendants are to be found in every department. The mineral waters from the Artesian.". weU&are particularly refreshing to those who are tired or overworked. For the cure of liver, kidney, stomach and nervous diseases and all. chronic complaints, and especially for RkietXTxxk.t.l.mxxx these waters have.proven most efficacious. c The great plunge, 50x142, and 3 to 10 feet deep, filled with mineral water, is a splendid place to learn to swim. Lessons taught by men and women. Thu water, though constantly ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

THE COURIER A- A r MRS. M. JOHNSON, TAIIORESS. Ladies and Gent's clothing cleaned and repaired. All work well done and all orders promptly attended to. ROOM 4. 1012 O ST. BICYCLE RIDING SCHOOL. High Grade Bicycles, Relay and Aluminums .... E3T0maha Guards Armory. DRS. EIIM X L01UK S30 South Ele-vents-m. &t. Telephone 5C1. - - Itooma 208 and 200. ( Diseases of Women. . Speialties: ) Orificial Surgery. uscow ( Ve nereal Diseases; neb. W. X. Phbwitt, I026LO STREET.' Fine cabinet photographs $3 per dozen. Itteo? of Women caaracl. DR. JACOBS, LINCOLN NEBK. Are Sixjciallies of Hours 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 2 to SuTO p.m. Consultation Freo ! Ollico over Harley's Drug Store, Ccr. th and O Sts. KeslJence Cor. A anJ jtli Sis. ka BOVUngYflL saBjY HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING. A fall lino of Switches, Bancs, Ornaments, Mani cure Goods, Curlinp Irons, Rubber Goods, Brushes, Tonics, Dyes, Bleaches, lowdcrs, Soaps, etc. ZSHl niako a specialty of removing, Tan, Freckles. Pimples ami Blackheads. Scal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

nM6ftg yTgiyppwT'yftjg -ri... "?? " jt "-tTwT j 4- :.. iVI THE COURIER it- i r r ib. h i- If . - i FROM PLAIN TO PEAK. There's a discription in a nut-shell of the journey to Hot Springs, S. D. via tbo Burl ington route. It's one of the pleasantcsts trips imagin able. Rates to Hot Springs are low, very low, now. Why not 6pend a week or two there? The Burlidgton's-local agent will gladly give you full particulars about Hot Springs and alBo if you ask for it a beautifully illustrated folder. J. FRANCIS, G. P. & F. A. Omaha, Neb. MTOO DOW THAT TH BssssssssssTssssTgwTffwmw ma B THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTgrO THE SOUTH CL See XJau Pszl Daxtexs, O.P.T.Aft 12010 at AT. A. EVERYTHINQ FIR8T-CLAS8. Ticket Otke Corner 11th and O It. E.B.8LOSSON, General Agent J.T.MASTIN, City Ticket At 1044 O St. vEPKEsfc With their solid trains composed of Pull aaaa. palace, colonist sleepers. Their diners are the finest We sweep the new world with our "Fly ers" aad fait Basils, and hare knocked a big hole throug...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

N A m A i rs-v "H' VOL.. 9. No. 3!. LINCOLN, NBB., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1894. PRICE FIVE CENTS. f VJrJfcA 13 a-. J J In this county, whcro republican nominations carrv assurance of elec- ' 4 LjL Kr 'on a' e PNB ho people have i Jr '&$$ 3lD y time to count their chickens before i" " k thnv are hatched and this vear es pecially they are counting them. The timely resolutions passed by the republican county convention were in this line and they were oppor tune and to the point. The Jegislative delegation stands pledged to them and if they are faithfully carried out, some past wrongs will be righted and come needed legislation for better things in municipal governmentr will come. In addition to the action of the republican convention, the people of the city are already discussing needed legislation in municipal affairs and, when the time comes for the amendments to the city charter, there will be some radical changes proposed. There is a very prevailing opinion among tax-payers that a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

fgyyrm. s.gt nv $c- ---"r"-P . - - , - '-vSawp-pCTSw-jp THE COURIER h- in the United States. He was a prominent union man during the time that Kentucky wub holding that abnormal condition of armed neutrality. He voted at the presidential election in 1860 for Bell and Everett. He never was a democrat, but ho was a strong union man from the beginning. General Thayer further says that he was in a condition to know that if it was not for violating confi dence he would give up his informer. I happened to know both sides of that question, and I know the cause of Bristow's withdraw ing from Grant's cabinet; and General Thayer is mistaken again when he sayB that Grant told Bristow that he had no further use for him as secretary of the treasury. Bristow sent his resignation to the White house, and it was delivered to General Grant in the presence of General Belknap, who was then secretary of war. After Grant read it he handed it to Belknap and made the remark that this resignation did not co...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

THE COURIER y K k i attendant. You watch to sco whether ho pays anything, and how much. lie pays nothing but receives a metal disc, which ho Blips into his waistcoat pocket. You have meamvhilo zealously imitated him, with similar results, and when ho walks across tho corridor you walk after him. Ho takes his place in a lino of persons standing in Binglo filo near a bureau of some sort. Hero, then, is tho receipt of custom. So you watch again to seo what there is to pay. It is a most amazing place this Monto Carlo. Up to tho present stage of tho proceedings nobody has lightened his pockets of a Binglo "brown." Tno people in front of you are getting tick ets, and apparently getting them for nothing; you had to pay cothing at tho outer door, nothing at the cloak room, and now, bo hold, yon are to receive a ticket gratis to tho halls of dazzling light. As tho lino moves on you notice that tho people in front of you hand their visiting cards to a busy little clerk, who scratches first in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

I -v THE COURIER ' J , r- 1 Hi sBf lLKJ-w' i. .,i A vwms i are taking things quietly. About all one bears now is the depar ture or expected departure of one's friends for Borne out of the way place. The number of people going away for the summer is exceptionally large. There is, therefore, very little doing in society at home. The stay-at-homes Mrs. S. H. Burnham and family are east for the summer. Buraham will join them about the first of AugUBt Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Young have returned from Cambridge, Ohio. The following party left Tuesday for an outing in Wyoming, Sheri dan being the objective railway point: Mrs. James W. D. Dawes of Crete; Miss Sarah Harris, Miss Katharine Weston of Beatrice, Miss Lulu Clark, Miss Bertie Clark, Bert Weston of Beatrice, Wing Allen of Omaha, Earl Bridgman, D. G. Wing and W. Morton Smith. Miss Lulu B. Loomis is visiting in Columbus, Neb. Mrs. John R. Clark returned Saturday from Cambridge, Ohio, ac companied by Miss Margaret Clark who returns to Linco...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

THE COURIER ming parties, and the dances across the lake at Manhattan Bea ch will pass very delightfully." Mrs.H. H, Whoeler and family of this city will leave for Spirit Lake this week intending to try farm life. Mr. Ray Welch will join George Palmer and a num ber of the Omaha people, and W. E. Clarke will run up for a few days when he can get away. Bert Wheeler of Omaha will also visit the lakes. A fill mM Bp"" "" hSwI ' " r; r K- t tr k E 7 ire taking things quietly. About all one hears now is the depar ture or expected departure of one's friends for some out of the way place. The number of people going away for the summer is exceptionally large. There is, therefore, very little doing in society at home. The stay-at-homes Mrs. S. H. Burnham and family are east for the summer. Burnham will join them about the first of August. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Young have returned from Cambridge, Ohio. The following party left Tuesday for an outing in Wyoming, Sheri dan being the objective railway...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The courier. — 21 July 1894

"'iSV""'" THE COURIER Mrs. Al. Ilargraves and daughter Miss Blanche left Wednesday for Boston. Miss Dowoy left on Monday for Washington, D. C. k Miss Fannie Buttorflcld, Miss Fore and Miss Ilydo went to Hot Springs, S. D., Saturday. Ray Welch is at Spirit Lake. & y. Hot Spbings, S. D. Since my last letter I have visited about all the places of interest in and around this very delightful resort. Cascade Springs, twelve miles away hardly repays one for the trip. The road is rough and the least attractive of any about hero. The small town is not in a flourishing state, work having been stopped on nearly all the 'struc tures. A very beautiful bath house has just been opened, said to have cost $25,000, with marble tubs and no end of modern extrava gant improvements. As the railroad does not run within six miles it looks very much as if a forturae had been struck. Tally-ho coach es run every morning to Wind Cave. The road takes one past Battle Mountain where the fight for possession o...

Publication Title: Courier, The
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